College can be challenging for any student in a multitude of ways, but for transgender students it can present additional stressors.
Dr. Allyson Hawkins will retire from Illinois State University’s Student Counseling Services after 21 years.
Within the past 10 years, 710 indigenous people, mostly girls, went missing, and none of these cases received national media coverage. Most of the cases we hear about involve white missing victims.
Have you ever noticed that the size of your clothes differs depending on what store you bought the item from? There’s a name for that, and it’s called vanity sizing. Some of your favorite brands are guilty of this and it’s affecting women’s body satisfaction
Television, streaming services, and movies all have something in common: the concept of hypermasculinity.
While social media has made paved its way into our lives for good, new apps with new ways of connecting are popping up all the time. The latest and most widely used is TikTok with over 2.6 BILLION downloads.
Like all social media apps- TikTok has its own set of pros and cons that contribute to users, body image and eating habits. While the app has proven for great entertainment and even a source of knowledge, the randomness of the app’s For You Page provides an outlet to unsolicited harmful content to those struggling with negative body image and eating disorders
A retirement reception for Student Counseling Services Director Sandy Colbs will be July 19 in the Old Main Room of the Bone Student Center.
Student Counseling Services (SCS) will hold a retirement celebration for Pat Sherrard from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, June 18.
Viewing body positive content on social media platforms can help individuals become more accepting and appreciative of their bodies.
The more a culture puts high value on extreme standards, the more extreme measures individuals are going to take to fit in.